The Wall Street Shuffle Radio Show
with Dan Stewart CFA®
The Wall Street Shuffle is much more than just another financial talk show…fast-paced, topical, and irreverent.
We discuss equities and investment strategies along with insight from the absolute best national guests who bring their own perspectives.
Money is politics and politics is money. In today’s world of lightning fast political and regulatory changes, even the best investment strategies can come unraveled quickly unless you understand all the forces moving your markets.
If we can let you see just a little bit further into the financial future, you will make better investment decisions. See the whole financial and political world with new clarity and confidence.
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The markets had another solid day Friday when buyers entered the market in late afternoon trading. All of the major indices closed near their highs of the day.
Buying has remained strong while selling has been diminishing.... Read More
The market had a boring day yesterday on mediocre total volume. After being in the green for most of the day, the market rolled over in the afternoon trading closing moderately in the red.
Down Volume and... Read More
The markets continue to exhibit strength yesterday. Total volume was higher than Tuesday, and Up Volume was in the mid 60s on both major exchanges. Advancing issues were 66% on the NYSE and 58% on the NASDAQ.
The markets once again exhibited strength yesterday with all of the major indices registering gains. The DOW closed over 15,000 for the first time. And the small and mid caps participated nicely.
This time, thought, the NASDAQ... Read More
The markets had a slow day yesterday with the exception of the NASDAQ. The DOW was flat and the S&P was up marginally. And the only reason the NASDAQ fared pretty well was Apple (AAPL). The small and... Read More
The jobs reports came in better than expected Friday providing the needed boost to the markets. The markets responded with all of the major indices registering gains. At one point in intraday trading the DOW was over 15,000,... Read More